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Experimental Wuchereria kalimantani infection in the leaf monkey, Presbytis cristata


Experimental Wuchereria kalimantani infection in the leaf monkey, Presbytis cristata



Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 80(1): 141-142



ISSN/ISBN: 0003-4983

PMID: 3729595

DOI: 10.1080/00034983.1986.11811996

Anopheles balabacensis was found to be a suitable host for W. kalimantani with an average 3.4 L3 developing in each mosquito. Up to 100% (average 65%) of A. balabacensis were positive for L3 by 17 days after infection. Aedes togoi also supported W. kalimantani development producing an average of 7 L3/mosquito. Microfilariae first appeared in the blood of one P. cristata 532 days after subcutaneous inoculation with 250 L3.

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